Terms of Sale

Terms of Sale

All orders, sales, contract or shipments will be accepted and accepted by Building Supply and Lumber Co., Inc. with the following TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

  1. Accounts are due the 10th of the month following date of purchase.

  2. A service charge of 1.5% per month (annual rate of 18%) on the overdue balance. The maximum legal rate will be applied to all unpaid from due date thereof.  Minimum service charge $1.00

  3. Issuance of vouchers does not constitute payment unless and until paid by dispensing agent. Time lapse in payment on vouchers may cause additional service charge(s).

  4. The maker is liable for the amount of a dishonored check, and, in addition, for damages, three times the check amount, or $100.00, whichever is greater. (Calif. Civil code sec. 1719).

  5. A 20% handling charge will be made on all stock items returned for credit. Material must be in salable condition.  No material shall be returned to us without our consent.  No returns regardless of condition after 30 days.

  6. A 20% deposit is required for all special orders; custom orders must be paid in advance and are non-refundable. No deposits will be returned after 30 days.  Special orders are not returnable.

  7. Purchaser agrees to have supervisory or knowledgeable personnel at job or delivery location to accept load; in the event materials are delivered on schedule and left unattended, rolled-off etc. Purchaser assumes all risk of loss or shortage that may occur after delivery.

  8. Shipments shall be inspected upon receipt and if any errors or irregularities exist, they must be reported to us in writing before using the merchandise and within 5 days of receipt of goods, otherwise no claims of adjustments of any kind will be recognized. We assume no responsibility in the use of the merchandise shipped and when placed in work constitutes acceptance by the customer.

  9. Delay in or failure to make deliveries (total or partial) due in whole or in part to strikes, lockouts, labor troubles, fires, windstorms, floods, acts of God, inability to secure cars, and or any other causes beyond our control, will not constitute a default.

  10. Delivery made to curb only; not responsible for broken sidewalks, curbs, walks, mud in street etc. when delivery requested to be made on the premises. Purchaser assumes responsibility for damages which result from any such delivery.

  11. Warranties – Buyer accepts the product(s) from Building Supply and Lumber Co., Inc. as is. The only warranty, if any, which applies to the product(s) listed on the front of this document is whatever warranty is made by the manufacturer or supplier of that product(s), which warranty, if any, is expressly assigned by Seller to Buyer upon delivery of that product(s).  THERE ARE NO OTHER WARRANTIES ON THE PRODUCT(S) EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SELLER DOES NOT WARRANT THE PRODUCT(S) IN ANY WAY, AND CUSTOMER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT NO WARRANTY IS CONTAINED OR CREATED IN ANY ORAL STATEMENT OR IN ANY WRITING OTHER THAN IS DESCRIBED IN THIS PARAGRAPH.

  12. Building Supply and Lumber Co., Inc. will not be responsible for any loss or consequential damage in the event of any defect in the goods or merchandise sold. LIABILITY WILL BE LIMITED TO REPLACEMENT OF THE GOODS SOLD, and there is no expressed or implied warranty applicable to this sale.  Building Supply and Lumber Co., Inc. will not be liable for removal of defective goods or merchandise or reinstallation of the same in the event of defect.

  13. The undersigned further agrees to pay all reasonable costs, expenses and attorney fees, whether suit is filed or not, incurred in the enforcement of any obligation of the undersigned, or incurred in the collection of any sum due extended in reliance hereon, or the enforcement of the continuing guarantee a part thereof.

Notice to Property Owner:

If bills are not paid in full for the labor, services, equipment, or materials furnished or to be furnished, a mechanics lien leading to the loss, through court foreclosure proceedings, of all or part of your property being so improved may be placed against the property even though you have paid your contractor in full.  You may wish to protect yourself against this consequence by (1) requiring your contractor to furnish a signed release by the person or firm giving you this notice before making payments to your contractor, or (2) any other method, or device which is appropriate under the circumstances.